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LTE driving mobile infra market growth

SINGAPORE: The global mobile infrastructure market expanded 10 per cent to $46.8 billion last year, due in large part to a surge in LTE network spending. LTE revenue jumped 69 per cent in 2014, with China Mobile’s massive TD-LTE deployment

BlackBerry tries to retain its market with new 4G Leap

BARCELONA, SPAIN: BlackBerry Limited introduced the new BlackBerry Leap for 4G LTE networks which is an affordable all-touch smartphone that is built for career builders and companies who value security and privacy. The smartphone includes a five-inch HD display, BlackBerry’s latest

Study reveals increase in data demand may exhaust 4G capacity

BANGALORE, INDIA: Amdocs has released new research into mobile traffic showing that the ever-increasing demand for data may exhaust the capacity of 4G/LTE network hotspots within the next two to three years. The annual Amdocs State of the RAN research

What’s driving mobile data growth?

BANGALORE, INDIA: Mobile data traffic will continue to show double-digit growth in 2015. Gartner expects traffic to grow 59 percent this year. Jessica Ekholm, research director at Gartner, shared her thoughts on what is driving the growth in mobile data

Airtel extends 4G network accessibility across multiple devices

BANGALORE, INDIA: Airtel expands the 4G network accessibility across multiple internet enabled devices in Bangalore by releasing a portfolio of 4G wireless products including 4G Dongle, Wingle (dongle which can convert the existing zone into a wifi zone), Mifi (Hot Spot), Indoor

‘Smart’ transport is not going to stay so smart

UK:  Things are changing out there, and faster than we have imagined. Traveler information systems such as

Lenovo launches 4G smartphone at Rs. 6,999

BANGALORE, INDIA: Lenovo has introduced an affordable 4G smartphone, the Lenovo A6000. The device supports both

Nokia Networks and Qualcomm show three-band carrier aggregation efficiency for up to 300 Mbps LTE-advanced

GERMANY:Nokia Networks and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, have reportedly completed interoperability